Welcome to The Blue Ridge Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society.
The Blue Ridge Chapter was formed on April 8, 1986 at Lake Lure, North Carolina. Today we have over 300 members throughout Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and many other states. The majority of the Blue Ridge Chapter boating events take place at Lake Hartwell, Lake Keowee, Lake Lanier, Lake Norman, Lake Sinclair, Lake Burton and many more fresh water lakes.
We have also ventured to river cruises, have participated in military events, and been involved in displays at new boat shows, we rendezvous for a day with friends and many special events. The Blue Ridge Chapter uses any excuse to take our boats out and enjoy the fellowship of one another on the water.
History lives on in this unique, fast growing club of wooden boat enthusiasts. From the casual recreationalists to the professional craftsman, the Big Sky Chapter ACBS offers serious fun as we showcase the best water-craft the Northwest has to offer.
Owners of these classic beauties take great pride in being able to play a part in the Flathead Valley’s rich and historic boat building past. Whether you own an armada or a model boat collection, we welcome your membership.
Welcome to The Big Sky Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society.
LINK TO WEBSITE : http://www.bigskyacbs.com/
DEDICATED TO PRESERVING CLASSIC BOAT DESIGN AND STRUCTURE AND THE HERITAGE OF BOATING ON THE HUDSON RIVER.
As individual members, our interest is rooted in a personal story or experience in our lives.
As a group with a unique perspective on a common interest, our camaraderie sparks new energy in the continuing effort not just to own but to preserve the historic design, integrity and structure of classic boats.
Sometimes a single photo, story, or comment brings inspiration or drives the solution to various challenges in the continuing effort to maintain the historic continuity in antique and classic boat ownership and maintenance.
This website is our link in the chain of preservation and enjoyment.
Welocme to Finger Lakes Chapter
The Finger Lakes Region of central New York State takes its name from eleven slender lakes running in a generally north-south direction through the Allegheny Plateau. When viewed from above, the five largest lakes resemble the outstretched fingers of a giant hand. Skaneateles Lake is the second-most easterly of the Finger Lakes and has become the unofficial home of the Finger Lakes Chapter of ACBS.
Welcome to the Blackhawk Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society.
We hope this site is informative and helpful in providing you with information concerning antique and classic boats.
The mission of the Antique and Classic Boat Society is to bring together people with a common interest in antique boats to preserve them, restore them if necessary, and to promote a love and enjoyment of them.
Workshops - Please join us at the Blackhawk Chapter Spring Workshop at Fox River Valley Boat Company on Saturday April 11th at 10:00 AM. Tom Wagner and his staff will open his shop to the chapter membership for a tour and discussion around the projects currently in his shop. The Blackhawk Youth Group will also be working on their project boat, a 1960 Correct Craft ski boat.
You may contact us through our form on the right.
We are always open, and appreciate hearing from other boaters.
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An assortment of You Tube Videos on
Boats, History, Building, and People.
History of Chris Craft
Penticton BC Maps and a listing of amenities.
Click on " View larger map " to open a directory of local services and search the menu on the upper left for more information on.
Penticton Map @ Amenities
Okanagan Antique Classic Boat Society
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